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Amid Maratha Community’s Protests, Mohan Bhagwat Comes Up With Statements On Reservation

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Bhagwat addressing an event in Nagpur said that inequality persists in our society and hence, reservation must continue until there is discrimination.

He said, the ‘Akhand Bharat’ or ‘Undivided India’ will finally become a reality when the present young generation will become the oldest generation.

This comes after the Maratha community futher intensified it’s protests demanding a quota.

“We kept our own fellow human beings behind in the social system. We did not care for them, and it continued for 2000 years. Until we provide them equality, some special remedies have to be there, and reservations is one of them. Hence, reservations have to continue till there is such discrimination. We at the RSS give all support to the reservations provided in the Constitution,” said the RSS Chief further.

Although its somewhere hard to see now but inequality is there in our society, he also said.

Reservations are not merely about the political and financial equality but a respect, he stressed.

Mr Bhagwat said, if the people faced discrimination for around 2000 years “why cannot we (those who did not face discrimination) accept some trouble for 200 more years”.

However, when he was asked about when the Akhand Bharat will become a reality, he said he cannot exactly tell the time but that day will definitely come.

“But if you go on working for it, you will see it materialise before you get old. Because the conditions are becoming such that those who separated from India feel that they made a mistake. They feel that we should have been India again. They think that for becoming India they need to erase the lines on the map. But it is not so. Being India is accepting the nature (“swabhav”) of India,” said the RSS Supremo.

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